Sunita Williams, astronaut, NASA
Sunita Williams shares her experience being a crew member of the International Space Station and the Space Shuttle. While on the International Space Station, Williams set a world record for women with four spacewalks totaling 29 hours and 17 minutes. Williams has logged a total of 195 days in space.
Wililams, a NASA Astronaut and Needham, Massachusetts native, gives this lecture on the 45th anniversary of President Kennedy's Rice University speech about going to the moon.
PBS | NPR Forum Network
program with John F. Kennedy Library Foundation
JFK Library and Museum
2007 Sep 17